Friday, December 17, 2010

Durango Family Portrait Photographer ~ The Verow Family

I am enjoying catching up on blogging, though I have been doing it a bit out of order. Anyway, I just love this family and their story to becoming a family of four. After much anticipation to get their family started the Verow's were finally blessed with a beautiful baby boy. Not long after our first photo shoot together I saw them pushing a stroller with a baby girl in it. Come to find out little Naomi wasn't far behind her brother and came as most wonderful and completely unexpected surprise. She is a little spark plug. She does not have any problem keeping up with her big brother. We spent a lovely afternoon together being silly and playing in the leaves.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Durango Family Portrait Photographer ~ Noah Bear

My favorite little Noah Bear turned one on December fifth. I cannot believe it has been a year since his birth. Below are images from his ten month fall photo shoot, and some photos from his first birthday party. I think these photos speak for themselves.

Above: Noah on his way to the bathroom for a clean-up after his birthday cake feast.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Durango Family Portrait Photographer ~ Little Finn

My girlfriend Sophie and I had the pleasure of being pregnant together for a few months. Three days after we made plans for her maturity photo shoot little Finn was born almost seven weeks early. To finally have him in the studio two months after his birth at an average baby weight of just over seven pounds was a complete joy. To start we snuggled him into a hand-knitted sweet pea suit that I recently received at my baby shower. We mopped up a few different tinkles and managed to get a crying baby to a sleeping baby in not much time at all. I am so tickled for Sophie and Preston, and want to send out my congratulations on a precious growing boy. I cannot wait for our babies to meet in person.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Senior Portrait Photographer ~ Catching Up

Kyla has been the busiest pregnant lady I have ever known, and I am living like a retired house wife in Denver. This somehow does not seem fair. But the truth is, we have not mastered me living and working 329.95 miles away. I have not been around to take on things like editing, retouching, ordering-placing, blogging, etc. And Kyla is stuck with all of the above including shooting, bookkeeping, e-mailing, phone-answering, and good ol' customer servicing. Since I passed through Durango over Thanksgiving, I grabbed the files of the most recently photographed Seniors. It's the short and sweet version, but it should give you all a good idea of what my most incredibly talented sister has been up to while carrying around a baby resembling a two-and-a-half pound chuck roast in her belly (that's right, it's no longer a cantaloupe).

And for giggles... Kyla's first photographed high school senior, yours truly, ME... Miss Wesley Anne Jackson!